Alyssa Wostrel


Advocacy is Alyssa Wostrel’s heartbeat as an influential and visionary non-profit professional with integrative health policy experience and education. Her experience as Executive Director of the Integrative Health Policy Consortium (IHPC) focused on healthcare reform and the advancement of pluralistic, interdisciplinary integrative healthcare. The 501(c)(4) non-profit was founded to represent the collective voice of integrative health care.

Her strengths are in developing and launching national inspiring, exciting, engaging integrative health educational programs rooted in policy initiatives and campaigns. Other significant experience includes coalition building, legislative advocacy, government relations, fundraising, successful grant applications, board development and governance, evolution of strategy, capacity building, and operational oversight.

Her corporate sector experience in pharmaceutical includes P+L responsibility for $5M+ budgets, sales team development, training and management, creative product marketing, and educational initiatives targeted toward practitioners.

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